Pierced vagina is a common name for female genital piercings. While many people refer to these piercings as “pierced vaginas”, it is important to know that most of these piercings are not really done on the vagina. In other words, the vagina itself is not pierced. Still, many refer to all female genital piercings as “vagina piercings”. Most of these piercings are actually performed around the clitoris. The clitoris itself is rarely pierced (though there is such a thing as clitoral piercing). Rather, what is pierced is a thin tissue around the clitoris – clitoral hood. The most popular female genital piercings are Vertical Clitoral Hood (VCH) and Horizontal Clitoral Hood (HCH) piercing, along with a Triangle piercing. Other popular types of female genital piercings include Inner and Outer labia piercing. None of these piercings go through vaginal tissue so they are not really “vaginal piercings”.
However, there is a way to have a pierced vagina if this is what you like. There are certain female genital piercings that go through the vaginal tissue. One of them is a popular Fourchette piercing. It is done on a thin piece of skin on the lower end of the vagina and on the perineum. This piercing partially goes through the vaginal tissue. Another form of a vaginal piercing is Princess Albertina piercing. This piercing goes through the urethra and partially through the vaginal tissue. If you want to have a pierced vagina, you may get these piercings. However, keep in mind that most female genital piercings are not really vaginal piercings.